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Table 4 Linear regression of respondents cleaning commitment on social dilemma factors

From: Shared toilet users’ collective cleaning and determinant factors in Kampala slums, Uganda

Variables Unstandardized coefficients Standardized coefficients Sig.
   B Std. error Beta  
  (Constant) .726 .259   .01
Social motives Cleaning toilet more than other users .166 .016 .338 .00
Social identity Shared toilet users’ relations .086 .020 .219 .00
Behaviour of others Cleaning households .003 .001 .072 .02
Individual’s cooperation in cleaning .018 .039 .013 .65
Respondents cleaning less than other users -.083 .018 -.162 .00
Communication Talking frequency with other users .081 .031 .080 .01
Easy to talk to other users .154 .028 .212 .00
Unintended non-cooperation Individuals not held responsible .049 .043 .032 .26
Perceived efficacy Shared toilet users’ cleaning cooperation .036 .033 .048 .28
Cleanliness confidence if other users are cooperative in cleaning .136 .046 .092 .01
Group dynamics Cleaning team .084 .033 .118 .01
  1. N = 422, R Square = .70.